Emergency Shelters & Housing
- Homelessness during COVID-19 Resources
- Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County, Inc. (2000 Crawford Street, Suite 700, Houston, TX 77002)
- Doris and Carlos Morris Men’s Development Center (1811 Ruiz, Houston, TX 77002)
Phone: (713) 227-8900
- Mission of Yahweh (Women & Children) (10247 Algiers Rd, Houston, TX 77041)
Phone: (713) 466-4785
- Open Door Mission Foundation (5803 Harrisburg Blvd. Houston, TX 77011)
Phone: (713) 921-7520
- Salvation Army - The Center of Hope for Men (1717 Congress St, Houston, TX 77002)
- Salvation Army Family Residence for Women and Children (1603 McGowen St, Houston, TX 77004)
Phone: (713) 650-6530
- Salvation Army Conroe’s Red Shield Lodge for Individuals and Families (304 Avenue E, Conroe, Texas 77301)
Phone: (936) 760-2440
- Santa Maria Hostel, Inc. (Women) (2005 Jacquelyn Dr. Houston, Texas 77055)
- SEARCH Homeless Services (Jail In-Reach Program) (2015 Congress Avenue, Houston, Texas 77002)
Phone: (713) 739-7752
- Star of Hope (4848 Loop Central Dr., Suite 500 Houston, TX 77081)
Phone: (713) 748-0700
Guides & Other Resources:
Long Term Housing Assistance
- Baker Ripley COVID-19 Rental Assistance
- Rental, Mortgage & Utility Assistance Program for Fort Bend County-Covid 19 (Launches September 21, 2020)
- List of Houston Rent Assistance Programs (United Way)
- Rental, Utilities, Childcare & Transportation Expenses (Raise Up Families)
Legal Assistance (Evictions or Others):
- Housing Help:
- Low-Income Apartments
- Housing for Felons
- Section 8 Housing/Public Housing
- Apartment Finder
- Housing Downpayment Assistance (United Way)
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